Xiao Feng San

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  • Cang Zhu (Chao)


    Cang Zhu (Chao) (Rhizoma Atractylodis)
    Properties: acrid, bitter, warm, aromatic
    Channels: Spleen, Stomach
    Key Characteristics: Dries dampness, induces sweating to expel wind-damp, strengthens Spleen and Stomach, clears lower Jiao damp, treats atrophy disorders from damp-heat in the lower Jiao, helps vision (e.g. for night-blindness or poor vision with a rough sensation in the eyes).
    Additional Notes: This is the dry-fried form. Dry- fried Cang Zhu is less sweat inducing. We also offer raw Cang Zhu. If raw is desired please select Cang Zhu (Raw) from the herbs list.

  • Chan Tui (Powder)


    Chan Tui (Periostracum Cicadae)
    Properties: sweet, salty, slightly cold
    Channels: Lungs, Liver
    Key Characteristics: Disperses exterior wind-heat, also stops itch, vents rashes, clears the eyes, and extinguishes wind to stop spasms.
    Additional Notes: Please tell your patient that as this is a powdered herb the bag should be opened slowly to stop the powder from escaping. For best results open the bag upside down inside the pot with a small amount of water in the bottom and once the bag is removed quickly close the lid. Expensive.

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